Crash of Rhinos to Stage Reading of SLAM THEATRE 3.0, 1/13
Crash of Rhinos, the endangered little theater company, announced today it would present a staged reading of "Slam Theatre 3.0," a new comedy by Malcolm Pelles, on Monday night, January 13, at 7:30 p.m. at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts.
"Slam Theatre 3.0" is a variety show featuring romantic sketch comedy, spoken word poetry and live DJ music - all of which explore sex, dating and romance in the City. (The show will be produced later this year at the "Atlas Intersections Festival" at the Atlas Performing Arts Center - on February 28, March 1, March 7 and March 8. For tickets to the "Intersections" shows, go to http://intersectionsdc.org.)
The reading, directed by Doug Wilder, is free to the public, will be held in the Conservatory's black-box theater. Doors open at 7:00.
More information on the show is available here: www.theconservatory.org/now-playing.html and www.facebook.com/crashofrhinosproductions.
Malcolm Pelles a local playwright and filmmaker. His plays have been performed in New York City and Washington, DC, places that include the Kennedy Center and Theater J. He has a MFA degree from New York University. His comedic web series, "Among Thieves," can be seen at www.AmongThievesTV.com.
Crash of Rhinos is the new theater company in residence at the Conservatory - following in the footsteps of such previous companies as Rorschach Theater and Charter Theater. Whether or not it survives the year is anyone's guess.
The Conservatory is located in the heart of Georgetown, at 1556 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Detailed directions here: www.theconservatory.org/directions.html.